So I’m sure by now you’ve heard all the fuss about the new Steam gaming machines and so has FutureMark who makes 3DMark. They’ve taken the time to test and rank 14 different Steam machines using 3DMark as of now and they’re going to be updating the chart as they get more details, so it’s ongoing project.

Here’s the chart as of now for you, but you can visit the link below for more info:

3dmarksteram thumb Steam Machines Ranked by FutureMark 3DMark Scores

 

Valve revealed 14 different Steam Machines at CES, from small streaming boxes like Gigabyte’s Brix Pro to Origin PC’s twin-Titan powerhouse. There are plenty of choices, but which one offers gamers the best combination of performance and value?

We’ve trawled through our results database to estimate 3DMark Fire Strike scores for each configuration with confirmed hardware specs. These estimates are based on PCs with similar hardware running Windows. The performance may differ under SteamOS using Linux drivers, but the relative differences between machines should be the same.

For Steam Machines with prices, we’ve also been able to calculate a measure of value – how much 3DMark performance you get for your money.

You’ll find all the numbers summarized in a handy table on our website, which we will update regularly as new details emerge:

http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/steam-machines

You can also download 3DMark from our website to see how your own PC compares with these Steam Machines:

http://www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/3dmark